A heavily annotated edition of LAPD killer cop Christopher Dorner’s final statement to the world. Published on the one-month anniversary of his final act, extensive footnotes and primary-sourced appendices provide extensive historical context for Dorner’s grievances with, and criticisms of, his former employer: the Los Angeles Police Department. From its rigged internal tribunals to the racket of police overtime pay to the invention of the term “suicide by cop” by the academic-law-enforcement complex, this zine discards the “rambling manifesto” frame presented by the media and sincerely takes up Dorner’s challenge to journalists to investigate his allegations of a billion-dollar institution rife with corruption, racism, and brutality. 2013. 94 pp.